8 Most Beautiful Sightseeing Places Of North East Indian States

The 7 sister states along with 1 brother state or the North East Indian states are still yet to explore and un-touch  indeed a slice of paradise unexplored. Here is the list of best places to visit in the sisters states along with the one Sikkim, Namchi in South Sikkim district has become one of the most popular tourist spot. These states are blessed with lush green forest, majestic mountain ranges and hills. Most of the place of NorthEast Indian states required An Inner Line Permit To Visit.

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Kyongnosla -Sikkim

Kyongnosla-Sikkim

The Kyongnosla Alpine Sanctuary is a wildlife sanctuary and very rich for both flora and fauna along with rare and endangered ground orchids and red panda. The most beautiful and frozen lake of India, Lake Tsongmo and the famous Nathu La passes is located near the Kyongnosla from 31 km (19 mi) east of Gangtok.

Majuli -Assam

Majuli-Assam

The large river island nested in the mighty and holy Brahmaputra river formed by Kherkutia Xuti, an anabranch of Brahmaputra and joined by Subansiri River. Majuli Island is the paradise for birds and best place for bird watching in Assam, 3 main locals for bird watching are south-east, south west and northern part of majuli Island.

Mechuka -Arunachal Pradesh

Mechuka-Arunachal Pradesh

The Menchukha or Mechuka is a small town nested in the amazing valley of Mechuka and home to Memba tribe. Mechuka is the most popular tourist destination in Arunachal Pradesh and known for its scenic beauty, exotic tribes, gentle hills and snow-capped mountains and River Siyom. A 400-year-old Buddhist Monastery is located at hilltop in the western most part of Mechuka valley.

Dawki -Meghalaya

Dawki-Meghalaya

Dawki is the beautiful town in Jaintia Hills of Meghalaya and a road border crossings between India and Bangladesh. The freely flowing Dawki or Umngot river in Shillong offers one of the most beautiful view of the city and the venue of the annual boat race held in March. The Umngot river also has a bridge known as Dawki Bridge, a suspension bridge over the river build by Britishers.

Mon -Nagaland

Mon-Nagaland

The Mon district of Nagaland is known as home to Konyak Nagas,traditional villages and tattooed warriors and a very nice sightseeing along with the wild forests. The major sightseeing places of mon district are fishing,wood carving, scull exhibits, second World War remains and bird watching. Nagaland is one of attractive hilly destinations with superb greenery scenery in India and one of the popular destination in North-east.

Moirang -Manipur

Moirang-Manipur

Moirang is famous for its largest freshwater lake in north-east India named as Loktak Lake or floating lake in the world due to its floating phumdis. Loktak Lake is situated near Moirang and 45 km from state capital Imphal. The area is the part of Keibul Lamjao National Park, the last natural refuge of the endangered sangai or Manipur brow-antlered deer.

Phawngpui -Mizoram

Phawngpui -Mizoram

Phawngpui is known as the Blue Mountain of Mizoram, is the highest mountain peak in Mizoram and famous for orchids and rhododendrons. The Phawngpui peak has spectacular trees and flowers of all colours and offers a fairytale view of the blue hazed hills, and vales unfolding below.

Unakoti -Tripura

Unakoti -Tripura

The hills of Unakoti are the prime tourist attraction of the city in North Tripura. The rock-carved figures and stone images of God, Lord Shiva and gigantic Ganesha figures along with Maa Durga standing on a lion and images of Nandi Bull are the best to see. Ashokastami Mela is the big fair held in month of April and visited by thousands of pilgrims.